Brake Lever Kit
Form No. 3357-908 Rev A
Brake Lever Kit
For 2006 and Before TX Compact Utility Loaders
Model No. 114–1261
Installation Instructions
Loose Parts
Use the chart below to verify that all parts have been shipped.
Step
Use
Qty.
Description
1
No parts required
–
Remove the brake lever.
2
Right control panel plate
Brake lever
Bushing
Leaf spring
Shoulder bolt
Locknut
Cotter pin
Knob
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Install the new brake lever.
Step
1
Removing the Brake Lever
No Parts Required
Procedure
1. Remove and save the 4 bolts securing the right
control panel plate and remove and discard the
plate (Figure 1).
Figure 1
1.
Bolt
2.
Right control panel plate
2. If you are installing this kit on a European,
CE certified compact utility loader, remove
the loader arm lever lock, spring, washer, and
hairpin cotter from the plate before discarding
it (Figure 2). You will need to install these parts
on the new plate.
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Figure 4
1. Clevis pin
Figure 2
1. Loader arm lever lock
2. Spring
3.
4.
Washer
Hairpin cotter
4. Remove and discard the shoulder bolt and nut
securing the brake lever (Figure 5).
3. Remove the cotter pin (Figure 3) and clevis
pin (Figure 4) which secure the brake cable
clevis to the brake lever. Discard the cotter pin
and save the clevis pin for use in installing the
brake cable clevis to the new brake lever.
Figure 5
1. Shoulder bolt
2.
Nut
5. Remove and discard the brake lever (Figure 6).
Figure 3
1. Cotter pin
2
Figure 6
Figure 7
1. Brake lever
1.
2.
Loader arm lever lock
Spring
3.
4.
Washer
Hairpin cotter
Step
2
2. Install the bushing and leaf spring onto the
new brake lever as illustrated in Figure 8.
Installing the New Brake
Lever
Parts needed for this step:
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Right control panel plate
Brake lever
Bushing
Leaf spring
Shoulder bolt
Locknut
Cotter pin
Knob
Figure 8
1.
2.
Procedure
1. If you are installing this kit on a European,
CE certified compact utility loader, install the
loader arm lever lock, spring, washer, and
hairpin cotter onto the new plate (Figure 7).
Bushing
Brake lever
3.
Leaf spring
3. Install the brake lever assembly to the traction
unit using the new shoulder bolt and locknut
(Figure 9).
3
Figure 11
Figure 9
1. Shoulder bolt
2.
1. Cotter pin
Locknut
6. Install the new right control panel plate over
the brake lever and secure it with the 4 bolts
you removed previously (Figure 12),
4. Position the brake cable clevis onto the brake
lever and secure it with the clevis pin you
removed previously (Figure 10).
Figure 10
1. Clevis pin
5. Secure the clevis pin with a new cotter pin,
bending the ends to hold it in place (Figure 11).
Figure 12
1. Bolts removed previously
2. Knob
3.
Right control panel plate
7. Install the brake lever knob (Figure 12).
8. Place the brake in the On position.
4
9. Start the engine.
10. Move the traction unit using the traction
control handle.
The engine should stop. If it does not, and
the traction unit moves, ensure that the brake
cable is connected to the brake lever and install
it using the clevis pin and cotter pin. If the
cable was connected, have your brakes checked
by an Authorized Service Dealer.
11. Start the engine.
12. Place the brake in the Off position.
13. Move the traction unit using the traction
control handle.
If the engine stops when you try to move,
complete the following:
A. Loosen the bolts securing the brake locking
plate (Figure 13).
Figure 13
1. Bolts
2.
Brake locking plate (under
the right control panel
plate)
B. Slide the brake locking plate forward and
tighten the screws.
C. Repeat steps 11 through 13 to test the
adjustment.
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